North Carolina Aviation Resources

North Carolina Attorneys

Aviation and aerospace manufacturing play a large role in North Carolina’s economic success. The Tar Heel state is a blend of culture, history and aerospace research and development. The state’s 34 state parks, 14 national parks and the Appalachian Mountains attract hikers and outdoor enthusiasts from all over the country. The Outer Banks on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean attracts millions of visitors each year. Its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean makes it a valuable asset to the U.S. Coast Guard — one of the busiest air stations is located in Elizabeth City.

General aviation is an important way for North Carolina residents and visitors to travel around the state. Helicopter tours and single-engine planes around the Outer Banks are a great way to travel, especially with experienced pilots. As pilots themselves, the attorneys at Slack & Davis provide first-class legal representation. For more than 20 years, Slack & Davis L.L.P. has helped airplane crash survivors and families dealing with the loss of a loved one. Contact Slack & Davis for a free case evaluation at 800-455-8686.

North Carolina Aviation

The land of Kitty Hawk and the Wright Brothers, North Carolina — often cited as the birthplace of flight — continues to contribute significantly to the fields of aviation and aerospace. North Carolina ranks second in the United States for job growth in the aerospace sector. Companies that specialize in aircraft manufacturing, engine and engine part manufacturing have facilities in North Carolina such as GE, which manufactures its aircraft engines in Wilmington. Other companies located in in the state include:

  • Boeing
  • Cessna
  • HondaJet
  • Honeywell
  • Kidde Aerospace and Defense
  • L-3 Communications

Airplane Crashes North Carolina

In January 2003, U.S. Airways Express Flight 5481 crashed in Charlotte killing all 21 on board. The suspected cause of the crash was that the Beech 1900 aircraft was overloaded. Slack & Davis represented passengers in this crash.

General aviation and commercial flying continue to make vital contributions to North Carolina’s economic health. The attorneys at Slack & Davis believe success should not come at the harm of airplane or helicopter passengers. If you have been injured in an airplane or helicopter crash, or experienced the loss of a loved one, call Slack & Davis at 800-455-8686. You will receive a free case evaluation. The aviation attorneys at Slack & Davis are committed to getting you the compensation and guidance you deserve.